The white gunman has been held without bail since his arrest after the May 14 shooting that killed 10 Black people and injured three others.
A mass shooting at a tavern in Johannesburg's Soweto township has killed 14 people and left three others in critical condition, according to police.
The 21-year-old suspect made music videos about shootings, and apparently posted thousands of times to a message board dedicated to sharing graphic photos and videos of violence.
Lake County State's Attorney Eric Rinehart says he expects dozens more charges to be filed against the suspect. Here's what else we know as of midday Tuesday.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The team is back with a live show. The Fourth of July brought out some of the best and worst realities of our country. A mass shooting in Highland Park, Ill., turned a joyous celebration into a scene of carnage. Meanwhile, candidates on the November ballot show no signs of slowing down over the holiday.
Police are investigating the shooting as a possible terrorist attack during the Norwegian capital's annual Pride festival. Investigators said a suspect was arrested.
Speaking at the White House, Biden sought to drive up pressure on Congress to pass stricter gun limits after such efforts failed following past attacks.
Nine-year-old Aubriella Melchor said she narrowly escaped the slaughter because she'd been in the bathroom. At a gas station, Christian bikers joined the girl and her mother to pray.
NPR's Scott Simon remarks on what has become a never-ending parade of mass shootings in the U.S., and the lack of effort over the years to address them.
At least five organizations in and beyond the state have sent dogs to Uvalde, where they are visiting hospitals, churches and schools. Many have responded to other mass shootings across the country.
The school district in Buffalo, N.Y., announced Wednesday it would keep all school doors locked during the school day, and bar all unannounced visits to its buildings, including by students' parents.
Ron Avi Astor, a mass shooting expert and UCLA professor, said the approach to gun law reform should begin at the community level, with discussions between parents, schools and residents.
The satirical news site publishes modified versions of the article after major mass shootings, always with the same headline: "No Way To Prevent This,' Says Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens."
Officials around the world are responding to the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, the deadliest such incident to take place in the U.S. in nearly a decade.